Philadelphia Flyers: 5 Moves GM Paul Holmgren Should Make When NHL Lockout Ends

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Philadelphia Flyers: 5 Moves GM Paul Holmgren Should Make When NHL Lockout Ends
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Paul Holmgren (far left) at the NHL Draft

Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren made quite a few changes to his team last summer after the Boston Bruins swept them in the second round of the 2011 NHL playoffs.

After making some bold moves that included trading former captain Mike Richards and signing veteran free-agent forward Jaromir Jagr, Holmgren's busy offseason resulted in the Flyers still being a top contender while also having some important players for the future.

But Holmgren will have to make a few more changes to his roster if the Flyers are going to make it past the second round of the playoffs this season.

Let's look at five changes that Holmgren should make when the lockout ends.

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